Growing African printing and signage industries to benefit from SGI Dubai 2020
November 27, 2019
|SGI Dubai will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre from January 12th to 14th 2020|
|DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, November 27, 2019/ — According to International Expo Consults (https://IECDubai.com), the organisers of the SGI Dubai show, the signage and wide format printing industry in the African continent would immensely benefit from the upcoming SGI Dubai 2020 trade show. The show currently in its 23rd consecutive year will be held at the iconic, Dubai World Trade Centre, from January 12th to 14th 2020.|
As per published reports the MENA printing market is set to touch USD54 billion by 2022. Furthermore, the African Development Bank projects the GDP to rise by 4 and 4.1% in the present and next year which provides for an increased spending on advertising and marketing and subsequently printing and signage.
Sharif Rahman, CEO, IEC stated, “Among the growing number of visitors we welcome from across the globe every year, we have been witnessing a growing contingent from the African region year on year. The visitors are particularly from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Uganda, Ghana, Namibia, Tanzania, Egypt and Libya among other African nations. The geographical proximity of our show provides an accessible platform for the African business owners to source top of the line machines with the latest technology. Bypassing the middleman, the visitors to the show are able to get the most competitive rates directly from the exhibitors and manufacturers of the top brands”.
SGI Dubai 2020 is a must attend event for African sign-makers, print and production manufacturers, media agencies, mall owners, car wrapping industry, real-estate developers, hospitality and tourism industries, 3D printing industry, architects, brand and image consultants among other stakeholders.
“The show has been an integral part of not just the Middle East, but its influence extends to larger parts of Africa as well. The growing visitor count is a testimony of the show’s success as a result of the benefits we offer the various stakeholders. The event has been utilised as a platform to introduce and launch numerous brands in the region and provides a unique opportunity for visitors to research and make informed business decisions amongst all the leading brands under one roof”.
In addition to the existing digital printing, signage, textile printing, screen printing, retail and LED categories the show will have a renewed focus on digital display, labelling & branding, metal cutting & engraving, spare parts & consumable, artificial intelligence, software and paper sectors.
SGI Dubai 2020 will also include a car wrapping competition – ‘Masters of Wrap 2020’ and seminars and workshops conducted by industry experts under the banner of ‘Knowledge Series 2020’. During the previous edition SGI
Dubai welcomed over 330 global exhibitors from across 30+ countries and registered thousands of trade visitors from around the world.
SGI Dubai is an ideal converging point where visitors and exhibitors can influence and engage with architects, sign makers, print and production manufacturers, media agencies, real-estate developers, brand and image consultants among others.
International Expo-Consults (IEC) (https://IECDubai.com) is an internationally recognized trade show management company with an impressive track record of 27 years of operations in the Middle East and Asia Pacific region. The Exhibition arm of the Dubai-based conglomerate, the Falak Holding; IEC is the organiser of key exhibitions including Sign and Graphics Imaging (SGI Dubai) and the Dubai, Entertainment, Amusement and Leisure (DEAL). Dubai-based conglomerate, Falak Holding has been an industry pioneer for the last 36 years having diversified business interests. Falak Holding is also a key stakeholder and investor in the prestigious Dubai Sports City project. Kindly log on to www.signmiddleeast.com for more information on the show.
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